Israel Trips

Since 1971, IBJM has sponsored trips to the Holy Land. Tour costs are competitive and include airfare, fine hotel accommodations, delicious Israeli meals, modern air-conditioned motor coaches and the daily services of a competent Israeli driver and an English-speaking Israeli guide.

Dan to Beersheba Study Tour:

An organized tour is available to all each year. An extensive tour of the Biblical sites is included as well as an opportunity to visit one of our church plants in Israel and to serve at the humanitarian aid ministry of Project Nehemiah.

Details

Dates: March 28 – April 7, 2022

Pricing:

  • $3,900 per passenger (double occupancy)
  • Single Supplement —add $700
  • Minimum 20 passengers

Includes:

  • Round-trip airfare from Atlanta
  • 4-Star Accommodations
  • All Entrance Fees to Sites
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Licensed Jewish Guide
  • Audio Headsets
  • Luxury Tour Bus with A/C + WIFI
  • Transfer to/from Tel Aviv Airport
  • Tips to Guide, Driver, and Hotel Staff

Does Not Include:

  • Lunches (usually around $15)
  • Travel/Medical Insurance (required)
  • COVID-related Expenses (tests)
  • Trip Cancellation Insurance (optional)

Passengers:

  • Each passenger must have a passport valid at least eight months beyond the date departing Israel.
  • Many sites are not accessible to wheelchairs or those with limited mobility.

Dan to Beersheba Study Tour Itinerary

March 28 – Depart from Atlanta, GA

March 29 – Arrive in Israel
Experience Project Nehemiah (a humanitarian outreach to Jewish immigrants) and the ancient seaport city of Jaffa (the house of Simon the Tanner). Overnight near the Mediterranean Coast in the city of Netanya.

March 30 – Sharon Plain & Jezreel Valley
Ancient Caesarea Maritime (where Peter preached the gospel to the household of Cornelius). Mount Carmel, the Jezreel Valley, and Megiddo (the site of 21 battles from the Old Testament and the final battle of Armageddon). Overnight at Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel on the Sea of Galilee.

March 31 – The Galilee
Nazareth (including the Nazareth Village, a wonderful re-creation of what the village would have looked like in biblical times), Capernaum, a cruise on the Sea of Galilee, Magdala (home of Mary Magdalene), and the Jordan River. Overnight at Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel.

April 1 – To the North – The Golan Heights
Mount of Beatitudes, the Dan Nature Preserve, the Headwaters of the Jordan River, Dan, Caesarea Philippi (Banias), and the Golan Heights. Overnight at Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel.

April 2 – The Jordan Valley & Dead Sea
The Jordan River, Qumran (where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered), and Ein Gedi (where David hid from King Saul). Overnight on the shores of the Dead Sea (David Resort).

April 3 – Masada and up to Jerusalem
Masada on the Dead Sea, The Israeli Museum (collections of centuries-old Israeli artifacts, including the Dead Sea Scrolls), Model of Jerusalem (a scale model of Jerusalem in the time of Christ), and Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. Overnight at Sephardic House in Old City, Jerusalem.

April 4 – Jerusalem
Temple Mount, Wailing Wall, Kotel Tunnels, Temple Institute (site of the preparations being made for the rebuilding of the Temple), and the Burnt House. Overnight at Sephardic House in Old City, Jerusalem.

April 5 – Jerusalem
Mount Moriah, Dome of the Rock, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Pool of Bethesda, Stephen’s Gate, Church of Saint Anne, Golgotha (place of the skull), Garden Tomb, and the Valley of Elah (where David slew Goliath). Overnight at Sephardic House in Old City, Jerusalem.

April 6 – Negev Desert and Journey Home
Home of David Ben Gurion (the first prime minister of the modern State of Israel), Ramon Crater, farewell dinner, and Ben Gurion Airport.

April 7 – Journey home to the USA

Student Internships in Israel

One to three month internships are available in the Holy Land for Bible College students with our church planting workers and with Project Nehemiah.  Complete and submit the online application.  Attending the Four Day Focus on Jewish Missions is a prerequisite for any internship.

Please contact our office and speak with John Lawrence for more detailed information.

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About IBJM

IBJM was founded in 1949 by Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus. Brought up in an Orthodox Jewish home in Austria, he moved to New York City in his early twenties where he trusted Jesus as Messiah and Savior after reading Isaiah 53.

Persecuted and beaten by friends and forsaken by his family, the young Gartenhaus was led by God to become an ambassador to his own people, establishing the IBJM ministry.

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Phone: (423) 876-8150
Fax: (423) 876-8156
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Physical Address (Museum & Events)
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Hixson, TN 37343

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Hixson, TN 37343

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Ministry Partner: Shepherd's Bethel

Shepherd's Bethel provides missionary lodging, up to three years for those on deputation, one year for those on furlough, and their units are also available for short stays of just one night up to several weeks for missionaries who are traveling.  Contact Director Michael Weiss at (812) 936-9648.  Consult their website, shepherdsbethel.org, for additional details.

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